Disc Molds  Discmania (Mest köpta 2014)

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 FD

Discmania's first true Fairway Driver is also known as the Jackal. The FD is so controllable low-spe [...]

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Max Weight: 176 g
Diameter: 212 mm
Center Height: 18 mm
Rim Depth: 11 mm
Rim Thickness: 18 mm
PDGA Approved Date: 2011-11-13
Description: Discmania's first true Fairway Driver is also known as the Jackal. The FD is so controllable low-speed driver, that once you learn its magic you'll never leave it out of your bag. Packed with gigantic glide, this bad boy is also sneaky long if thrown accordingly. The Jackal is at its best when you need to make an accurate drive and land smoothly on the fairway.

The Discmania FD is essential to all players. It is so versatile that it is claimed as the best fairway driver on the market. As a speed seven disc, the FD falls in the middle of almost all disc speeds. With a trusty flight, the consistency of this disc is essential to all players bags. It is comfortable in the hand, feels fast, and it has a ton of glide. It is perfect for hyzer flip, turn over, roller, and tailwind shots.

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 P1

The P1 flight characteristic is very straight at high and low speeds. The P1 is ideal for a putter a [...]

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Max Weight: 175 g
Diameter: 212 mm
Center Height: 20 mm
Rim Depth: 15 mm
Rim Thickness: 9 mm
PDGA Approved Date: 2007-03-08
Description: The P1 flight characteristic is very straight at high and low speeds. The P1 is ideal for a putter and it works great also as an approach disc. D-line plastic is sticky and grippy but not too soft. This is one of the truest flying putters out there. Weight range is from 150 to 175 gram.

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 P3

P3 is fast for a putter and a very torque resistant flyer. It has lower profile than normal putter a [...]

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Max Weight: 176 g
Diameter: 212 mm
Center Height: 20 mm
Rim Depth: 12 mm
Rim Thickness: 10 mm
PDGA Approved Date: 2013-02-13
Description: P3 is fast for a putter and a very torque resistant flyer. It has lower profile than normal putter and can be used as a mid-range too. It is a stable disc with predictable fade at the end. It´s a hybrid between the putter and mid-range – you make the call! The P3's best weapon is it's versatility - it's an awesome flyer off the tee and a great tool for putting too. For the fans of fade-in putters out there this disc is a must try.

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 P2

P2 has a deeper rim than the P1 and that provides it greater high speed stability but does not make [...]

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Max Weight: 175 g
Diameter: 212 mm
Center Height: 21 mm
Rim Depth: 15 mm
Rim Thickness: 10 mm
PDGA Approved Date: 2007-03-08
Description: P2 has a deeper rim than the P1 and that provides it greater high speed stability but does not make it more overstable at low speeds. This disc can take higher arm speed and stronger winds and not turn over.

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 MD3

The MD3 features a sleek profile that is easy to grip even if you are not that accustomed with midra [...]

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Max Weight: 180 g
Diameter: 218 mm
Center Height: 19 mm
Rim Depth: 13 mm
Rim Thickness: 14 mm
PDGA Approved Date: 2013-06-19
Description: The MD3 features a sleek profile that is easy to grip even if you are not that accustomed with midrange drivers. It is designed to function as your workhorse midrange both off the tee and with shorter approaches. The MD3 resembles the Discmania hit midrange MD2 a lot by its profile.

The MD3 works best as an all-around midrange disc, and its different weights fill all the midrange needs of most players. When thrown accordingly, the MD3 holds a line very well and at the end of its flight it fades underneath the basket for a pitch-in birdie.

Discmania corrected the flightnumbers for the MD3 to 5,5,0,2 in July 2017. Even after this, there might be quite a lot of MD3's in circulation with the old flightnumbers.

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 PD

The PD (Power Driver) is fast and stable driver which is very resistant to the wind. PD has a good g [...]

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Max Weight: 175 g
Diameter: 211 mm
Center Height: 17 mm
Rim Depth: 12 mm
Rim Thickness: 19 mm
PDGA Approved Date: 2008-07-02
Description: The PD (Power Driver) is fast and stable driver which is very resistant to the wind. PD has a good glide and it's useful for sidearms, for stable power shots, and long flex shots for experienced players. Lighter weights, especially 150 class, are recommended for less experienced players. Weight range is from 150 to 175 gram.

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 TD

Rush out to get your Turning Driver... This is an easy-to-throw disc suitable from beginners to top [...]

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Max Weight: 212 g
Diameter: 176 mm
Center Height: 16 mm
Rim Depth: 11 mm
Rim Thickness: 19 mm
PDGA Approved Date: 2010-04-04
Description: Rush out to get your Turning Driver... This is an easy-to-throw disc suitable from beginners to top level pros. This speed 10 driver has a comfortable smaller rim grip that offers a lot of glide with a very straight flight path. If you're looking for a disc that flies faster than Innova's Roadrunner but still offers some of the best glide the Turning Driver is your choice! The main difference between the Roadrunner and Rush is that you do not need to flex this disc in order to make use of the big glide that it offers. When thrown with the right amount of force, this disc just keeps on going straight - almost like floating in the air!

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 TD2

The TD - Rush, well known as one of the most versatile drivers in the game, gets reinvented in the f [...]

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Max Weight: 175 g
Diameter: 211 mm
Center Height: 16 mm
Rim Depth: 11 mm
Rim Thickness: 21 mm
PDGA Approved Date: 2012-09-10
Description: The TD - Rush, well known as one of the most versatile drivers in the game, gets reinvented in the form of TD2. This driver is best suited for anyone seeking to get more distance with less effort. The Fever is by far the most understable disc in the Discmania line-up with it's high speed turn value of -4. Packed with a great glide, this disc is easy to throw far with a little effort. Awesome for rollers and long turning shots for intermediate to pro players.

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 PD2

Extremely fast and stable driver. For big arms & windy days.

The C-line PD2 was put out of produc [...]

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Max Weight: 175 g
Diameter: 211 mm
Center Height: 19 mm
Rim Depth: 12 mm
Rim Thickness: 24 mm
PDGA Approved Date: 2010-12-03
Description: Extremely fast and stable driver. For big arms & windy days.

The C-line PD2 was put out of production after the very first production run, due to difficulties in manufacturing these discs in PDGA allowed weights. However in 2013 the C-PD2 was brought back to the Discmania selection, thanks to the invention of Blizzard technology. Blizzard bubbles are tiny microbubbles infused in the plastic material originally to allow distance drivers to be manufactured in beginner friendly weights. In the case of the C-line PD2, the bubbles are noticeably more scarce than in regular Blizzard plastic, as the technology is used only to allow consistent production of this disc in the higher end of the weight spectrum. This technology is coined “Blizzard Enhanced” and it can be seen on all recent runs of the C-line PD2.

Targeted for the strong-armed touring pro, this disc is very reliable thrown backhand, forehand and overhead in pretty much all conditions. Do you think you have what it takes to throw this disc?

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 GM

Greater Midrange is a unique driver. This disc falls between a mid range and fairway driver. With a [...]

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Max Weight: 180 g
Diameter: 212 mm
Center Height: 18 mm
Rim Depth: 12 mm
Rim Thickness: 14 mm
PDGA Approved Date: 2007-06-05
Description: Greater Midrange is a unique driver. This disc falls between a mid range and fairway driver. With a speed between 5 and 6, glide of 5, turn of 0 and fade of 1. You have seen this disc before as the Gremlin in the Innova line. Discmania has taken over this out of production Innova Champion Gremlin.

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 CD2

The CD2 is a disc for those hungry for control. It doesn't get too flashy with a lot of turn and fad [...]

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Max Weight: 175 g
Diameter: 211 mm
Center Height: 19 mm
Rim Depth: 11 mm
Rim Thickness: 19 mm
PDGA Approved Date: 2014-09-15
Description: The CD2 is a disc for those hungry for control. It doesn't get too flashy with a lot of turn and fade like many distance drivers out there, but on the contrary it can hold a line and still bring you the distance needed to cover most fairways. The CD2 is actually a pretty close relative not only to the CD, but also to our praised speed 10 Power Driver, the PD. Out of the box you will see the CD2 perform a lot like a seasoned PD, providing you with enough stability to conquer most headwinds and a reliable low speed fade that takes you underneath the basket. For the less powerful players the CD2 can easily work as the most overstable driver in the bag, while the majority of players can trust the CD2 as their main driver in a wide range of situations.

The plastic blend used in these discs is somewhat stiff Jolly Launcher C-line material. Thanks to the sturdy material, these discs are expected to maintain their original flight characteristics for a long time, and looking good while doing so.

Only 500 individually numbered Aussie Open CD2's were produced. 200 of these discs are made available in Europe. Pick up a bunch and support the first PDGA Major in the Southern Hemisphere! For more information about the tournament, check out this article or visit the tournament website.